Stuart Young, London, UK
This is an extract from my new eBook “Do You Hate Your Job?” which is available for 2 whole weeks to my subscribers at no cost ahead of it going on sale at Kindle.
(Details of how to get your copy at the bottom)
p.9 of “Do You Hate Your Job?”
I read a blog post by Stephen Edwards recently and this line in it inspired the question above: “The truth is I have probably lived more days than I’m going to live.“ Wow! That focuses the mind, right?
We’ve all heard of Peak Oil – it’s the point when we have burned more oil than is left in the ground, we’ve gone past the halfway mark – there’s less left than what we’ve used. Trouble is, we’re using it faster every day so it won’t last as long as we’ve been using it already.
This is much like life – it goes faster the more we live it. The older we get the quicker it goes! The big question is – what are you going to do with what’s left?
Nobody knows how much time they have, so let’s make each and every day a step towards who we really are and who we really want to be. Let’s show the world our unique selves, let’s offer the gift of ourselves to everyone.
If you’re a man of 38 or more, you’re probably halfway through your life – shocking right? The same if you’re a woman of 40 or more. I don’t say that to depress you but rather to spur you on to consider what you want the rest of your life to be like – work or otherwise.
And that is largely down to what you DO.
Every day is a new opportunity to change your mindset and change your life.
“All you have to do is decide what to do with the time that’s been given you.” ~ Gandalf (Lord of the Rings)
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